April 24, 2017
With the recent news that large vans are doing rather well in driving the growth of the LCV sector, we decided to take a look at some of the vans in our range and slash the prices so that you – our valued customers – can enjoy the benefits!
Large vans are particularly useful for those who need a lot of usable loading space or a big payload capacity. Here are our best current deals!
The Renault Master is a large van that has been designed with adaptability in mind. This model, the LM35 (Long wheelbase, Medium roof) provides 13 cubic metres of loadspace and a payload of 1500kg. That translates to a load length of 3733mm, headroom of 1894mm and a maximum width of 1765mm. This model has a max power output of 125PS along with max torque of 310Nm. Fuel economy sits at 35.3mpg on the combined cycle. In terms of features, the Business+ trim level is high-spec, so you’ll get air conditioning, rear parking sensors, a work surface and clipboard holder to create a functional mobile office.
When it comes to large vans, you can’t go wrong with a Peugeot Boxer Professional. This robust and practical large van is capable of carrying 1440kg of cargo in a loadspace of 15 cubic metres. This means you can fit items up to 4070mm in length in the back. Unless you’re a giant, 1932mm headroom is more than enough in which to stand up and move around. The Professional’s 2.2-litre HDi engine produces a power output of 130PS, giving you a max torque figure of 320Nm, and 37.7mpg on the combined cycle. Professional models are laden with luxury features including a touchscreen display, DAB Radio, rear parking sensors, air conditioning and cruise control.
The Ford Transit’s longevity is well-documented. A van does not last over 50 years if it’s a poor product. This particular model can accommodate up to four europallets in a loadspace of 11.5 cubic metres. Items up to 3494mm in length will fit into the Transit’s load area, as will cargo up to 1364kg in weight. The Ford Transit has a 2.2-litre TDCi engine delivering 125PS power and maximum torque of 350Nm, which equates to a fuel economy of 36.3mpg on the combined cycle. The Trend trim level brings with it front and rear parking sensors, automatic headlights, rain-sensing wipers and cruise control with an adjustable speed limiter.
Mercedes’ Sprinter is widely commended as one of, if not the best large van on the market. This, of course, is down to your personal preferences and opinion. Nevertheless, the Sprinter is an excellent large van. Mercedes claim that the Sprinter established the large van segment, although we’re sure the Transit would have something to say about that! Anyway, this model carries a minimum 1288kg payload in a loadspace of 7.5 cubic metres. In terms of features, the Sprinter comes with a multi-function steering wheel, twin passenger seat, full width bulkhead and cruise control with speed limiter.